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ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships 2015 - Media Accreditation

Media are informed that the media information for the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships 2015 are now open

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Heerenveen (NED) Day 3

On the final day of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating weekend in Heerenveen’s skating arena Thialf, Jan Szymanski (POL) won the 1500m for the second week in a row. The Bergsma home had a good day with a strong solo victory for Jorrit Bergsma (NED) in the mass start and two gold medals for his girlfriend Heather Richardson (USA) on the 500m and the 1500m. Ivanie Blondin (CAN) won the Ladies’ Mass Start and Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) again won the 500m. Seven skaters improved their personal best times. After the final World Cup event in 2014, Ireen Wüst (NED) and Kulizhnikov lead the Grand World Cup.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Heerenveen (NED) Day 2

Sven Kramer (NED) took the first home gold in the fourth leg of ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Heerenveen, when the Dutch men clinched the top four spots in the 5000m. In the Ladies’ 1000m Heather Richardson and Brittany Bowe topped the podium for the USA. The Dutch ladies continued their winning streak in the Team Pursuit and thus won the final World Cup ranking. Russian rocket Pavel Kulizhnikov skated his first sub-1:09 to take gold in the 1000m.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Heerenveen (NED) Day 1

The Korean men clinched this season’s Team Pursuit World Cup, when they won the third and final leg in this event in Heerenveen on Friday. Martina Sábliková (CZE) defeated Ireen Wüst (NED) in a fierce battle in the Ladies’ 3000m and Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR) took gold in the 500m for Ladies. Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) dominated the Men’s 500m in a personal best time. Ten other skaters set a personal best on Friday and Christian Oberbichler (SWI) even broke the Swiss national record, when he finished his 500m in 35.71.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Berlin (GER) Day 3

The Polish revolution continued with the first 1500m victory for Jan Szymanski (POL) and another 500m win for Artur Was (POL) on the final day of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating weekend in Berlin. Norway took both silvers. A tight win for Ireen Wüst (NED) over Heather Richardson (USA) and Marrit Leenstra (NED) made the 1500m ladies exciting and Sang-Hwa Lee took another 500m win. Irene Schouten (NED) and Seung-Hoon Lee (KOR) took gold in the Mass Start. Five skaters improved their personal best times, bringing the total of this weekend to 27, including four national records.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Berlin (GER) Day 2

German gold and silver for Nico Ihle and Samuel Schwarz in the Men’s 1000m was the highlight of the second day of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating races in Berlin on Saturday. In the Ladies’ 1000m Brittany Bowe and Heather Richardson topped the podium for the USA. Dutchmen Jorrit Bergsma and Douwe de Vries sandwiched Norwegian Sverre Lunde Pedersen on the 5000m podium and the Dutch ladies continued their winning streak in the Team Pursuit, followed by the strong Polish team. On Saturday 8 skaters improved their personal best times, which adds up to 22 personal bests for the weekend.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Berlin (GER) Day 1

It was a historic Friday for Polish skating in Berlin. After Artur Was (POL) grabbed his career first World Cup victory in the Men’s 500m, his compatriots Zbigniew Bródka, Jan Szymanski and Konrad Niedzwiedzki clinched the first Polish World Cup gold in the Men’s Team Pursuit to wrap up the first day of the third leg in the ISU World Cup Speed Skating series 2014/15. World Cup leader Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) crashed in the final pair of the 500m. Ireen Wüst (NED) won the 3.000m for Ladies and Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR) took her fourth World Cup win of the season in the Ladies’ 500m.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Seoul (KOR) Day 3

With Chinese, Russian, Czech and Italian victories, there was nothing to be seen of last season’s Dutch dominance on the final day of the second leg of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating series in Seoul. The Korean World Cup weekend finished with the Ladies’ 1000m, the men’s second 500m, and the Mass Start for both men and Ladies. In total eight different nationalities topped the podiums.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Seoul (KOR) Day 2

Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR) took revenge, Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) kept winning and Marrit Leenstra (NED) beat fellow-Dutch Ireen Wüst. Leg two of the ISU World Cup Speed Skating series 2014/15 in Seoul (KOR) continued with the Men’s 10,000m, the Ladies’ second 500m, the Men’s 1000m and the Ladies’ 1500m on Saturday. In all distances except for the 500m, the Track Record was broken and two skaters set personal best times. Experience proved to be the key in the longest distance, in which 38-year-old Bob de Jong (NED) won with daylight between him and his opponents.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Seoul (KOR) Day 1

The second leg of ISU World Cup Speed Skating series 2014/15 started in Seoul (KOR). 42-year-old Claudia Pechtstein (GER) won the Ladies’ 5000m, Noa Kodaira (JPN) beat Sang-Hwa Lee (KOR) in the ladies’ 500m, Sverre Lunde Pedersen (NOR) took his first World Cup win in the 1500m and Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) blasted to another 500m win.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Obihiro (JPN) Day 3

The ISU World Cup Speed Skating series continued with the 1500m, the second 500m and the Mass Start for both Ladies and Men on Sunday. Both 1500m and 500m races were won in track record times and five skaters improved their personal best, bringing this weekend’s total to 17. Vanessa Bittner even set a new national record for Austria in the 500m: 38.33.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Obihiro (JPN) Day 2

Debutant Pavel Kulizhnikov (RUS) is the sprinting revelation of this season’s first ISU World Cup Speed Skating weekend in Obihiro. After his impressive silver medal in the first 500m on Friday, the 20-year-old Russian clinched the gold medal in the 1000m on Saturday. In the Ladies’ event Marrit Leenstra (NED) took her first career 1000m World Cup win. Both the Men’s and the Ladies’ Team Pursuit events were dominated by the Dutch, with the Japanese Ladies taking silver on home soil.

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ISU Speed Skating Media Guide 2014/15

The ISU Speed Skating Media Guide 2014/15 is now available.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 - Obihiro (JPN) Day 1

The ISU World Cup Speed Skating series 2014/15 took off with the Men’s 5000m, the 500m for Ladies and Men and the Ladies’ 3000m in Obihiro (JPN) on Friday. In both long distances the track record was broken a few times and a total of six skaters set a personal best. The record for the oldest World Cup participant was broken by Martin Hänggi (SUI). The 46-year-old skated in the 5000m in the B-division.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating Series 2014/15 Preview

The Speed Skating season starts on November 14 with the ISU World Cup Speed Skating Series. The first of seven World Cup events takes place in Obihiro (JPN) on November 14 to 16

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating - Berlin (GER) Media Accreditations

The media information for the ISU World Cup Speed Skating Berling (GER) is now available.

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ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating Media Accreditations

The media accreditations for the ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating Series 2014/15 are now open.

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Mass Start Speed Skating Racing Rules & Safety Measures 2014-15

Complementing ISU Technical Rule 253, paragraph 4b and ISU Communication Nos. 1887 and 1889...

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating Media Accreditations

The media accreditations for the ISU World Cup Speed Skating Series 2014/15 are now open.

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating in Obihiro

Announcement and forms are available in the Events Calendar...

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ISU Speed Skating Championships 2014/15

Further to ISU Communication No.1891 (Entries ISU Championships 2015), ISU Communication No.1897 contains detailed information on the qualification process and entry procedures for...

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Special Regulations and Technical Rules Speed Skating and Short Track 2014

The ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Speed Skating and Short Track Speed Skating 2014 have been published...

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ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15

The ISU World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15 will be organized as a series of International Competitions subject to regulations given in ISU Communication 1889...

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ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15

The ISU Communication 1885 has been published about the ISU Junior World Cup Speed Skating 2014/15...

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